Written on: March 20, 2023
There are many ways you can take advantage of propane’s versatility to enhance your outdoor living space during the warm months. A propane firepit is just one example.
With all of the warmth provided by a propane-fueled firepit, you can bring your friends, neighbors and family together and never worry about feeding the fire or cleaning up ashes afterward, as you have to do if you had a wood-burning firepit.
You have choices too. A large propane firepit can be used as a centerpiece for your yard, or you can set up a series of small ones at the entry of your home to wow your guests. Many models have ignition systems that can be turned on and off with a smartphone.
A propane gas firepit is also a healthier choice than a wood firepit. Here’s why.
Propane firepits are much easier to clean than wood, especially since there is no soot and ash buildup left behind after use.
And just for good measure, propane firepits can generate plenty of heat to keep you and your family warm while you’re gathered outside during a chilly evening.
Cleaner-burning propane gas firepits can deliver the same rustic charm you love without the pollutants and clean-up chores of a wood-burning unit. Propane gas firepits are available in a wide range of materials, styles and sizes, so it’s easy to find the right design for your backyard space.
And while propane gas firepits are typically not designed for cooking, this doesn’t mean they can’t do the job in a pinch. However, unlike propane gas grills, propane firepits don’t contain features such as food drip pans and easily cleanable cooking surfaces, so you will have to take some extra care if you cook anything over your propane firepit.
But the right cooking tools and a thorough cleanup can make your propane firepit a reliable option for a quick snack during your backyard gathering.
Read more about propane firepits and other outdoor propane products.
Many people are taking the concept of choosing propane over wood inside their homes too. Old, little-used wood burning fireplaces are rapidly being converted to efficient and safe propane gas-burning fireplaces. Other folks in Georgia are installing a fireplace for the first time and choosing propane.
Propane hearths are available as built-in fireplaces, freestanding stoves, or sealed fireplace inserts that can be installed directly in your existing mantle. With that kind of flexibility, you can enjoy the benefits of a propane fireplace whether or not you have an existing fireplace feature.
Read more about propane gas fireplaces.
*Source: Clean Air Make More